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Finding embedded macro to edit Access2016

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by JacieBear, Nov 5, 2018.

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  1. JacieBear

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    I am new to Access all together so I have been taking an online class through the local library. I opened the "Contacts" template and have changed everything I can find from "Contact(s)" to "Volunteer(s)". I have deleted some fields and added others. Everything is working until I try to open a particular record in the Volunteer List (form) and then :

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    but there isn't anything in the macros list that has anything about the 'Contact List' How do I find this embedded macro so that I can edit it?

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    This is the next screen after pressing okay:
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